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Women's emancipation in the 20th century explains the great number of remarkable authoresses of haiku, first of all in Japan.
She wrote, "we had a vague impression that authoresses are liable to be looked on with prejudice.
And though those days of authoresses and poetesses are firmly and happily behind us, I am very much aware that the imaginative space I write from is one very much bound up with being in Wales, with my mother and grandmother.
Many points have not been properly assessed so far, such as her positioning towards the novel when women writers still struggled to be authoresses.
There he was, woefully underdressed amid a bevy of bejeweled French authoresses in haute couture, but nonetheless holding his own admirably well against Parisian creme de la creme.
STATELY HOME: The eponymous hall at Lascelles Hall, near Kirkheaton, which was first mentioned in 1220, when it was in the possession of the Lascy family (picref:zzhwe080208LascellesHali); VIP GUEST: Authoresses Charlotte Bronte (above) and her sister Anne (far right) who visited Lascelles Hall in the early 19th century